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>> the evening from los angeles. i am tavis smiley. today we talk with jerry weintraub. his career has spanned five decades and is the subject of the new memoir, "when i stop talking, you'l know i'm dead." >> there are so many things wal- mart is looking forward to doing, like helping people live better, but mostly, we're the team for into building stronger communities and relationships, -- we are looking forward to building stronger communities and relationships, because the best is yet to come. >> chavis and nationwide insurance, working to promote literacy and the empowerment that comes with it. >> the u.s. census can make your voice heard. your community can benefit from federal funds. we cannot move forward until you mail your spec. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. ♪ [captioning made possible by kcet public television] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> please welcome jerry weintraub, the legendary movie producer and music manager. he has just released an acclaimed memoir. it is called "when i stop talking,
're about to meet. he is called mr. hollywood. and for good reason. jerry weintraub is the superstar. he's a mover and a shaker behind so many of your favorite movies. he knows everyone in hollywood. has all the stories. has written a book all about it. we're going to talk to him live, coming up. >> some of your favorite movies. also, some of the biggest singers ever. john denver, elvis, frank sinatra. he has so many good stories. >>> also, another exclusive this morning. your friend, martina navratilova, is here to talk about a very personal health battle she's going through right now. she has a message that can save women's lives. >>> we want to talk about. a sixth grade class in minneapolis community school in iowa this week. they were met by mickey mouse. and they are the national grand prize winners of the first national disney planet challenge. all of the schools across the country are doing environmental projects. >> they enter the projects. the winning class called theirs operations save the quail. working tirelessly to bring back the diminishing local quail population. the class
in a few minutes. >>> let's check on the midday traffic with jerry edwards. how is it looking out there? >> barbara, good morning. it's been a tough tail end of the rush hour for the midday. a nasty crash a little while ago, outer loop of the capital beltway as you head toward the dulles toll road. police pretty much have everything wrapped up but in the meantime traffic is running slowly. the outer loop delays back at river road, the accident at the georgetown pike completely at the shoulder. another 30 minutes hopefully now barring late complications. those delays should ease. inner loop of the beltway toward tyson's and toward the i-95 interchange. we'll keep you updated. barbara? >> all right, jerry. thank you. >>> we are following a developing story out of the gulf coast where the coast guard is looking for 11 men still missing after tuesday's oil rig explosion. the blast injured more than a dozen people, four of them critically, and the fire on that oil rig is still burning this morning. jay gray has the latest now from louisiana. >> reporter: the agonizing wait stretched into the
on a mission to mix social activism and business. >> ben & jerry's proved that you can do it, you can be profitable doing that. >> free ben & jerry's. it's free. it's the grand opening. free ben & jerry's. >> he is the unassuming co-founder, drumming up excitement for the opening of yet another scoop shop that bears his name. he is 54-year-old jerry greenfield. this ben & jerry's scoop shop in detroit is the 450th one to open across the country. >> ladies, what can i get for you? >> everyone seems to have a favorite flavor. >> butter pecan. >> chunky monkey. >> triple caramel chunk. >> this is a partnershop -- a shop owned and operated by a nonprofit organization. for this one, ben & jerry's teamed up with goodwill industries to provide at-risk teens with job training. >> this is a way to have an outlet to sell ice cream and, at the same time, be supporting a nonprofit and the mission that they have. >> all the profits from the shop's operation will go right back into the program. it's a unique attitude toward business... one that jerry's partner, ben cohen, takes to capitol hill. >>
. jerry jones, owner of the dallas cowboys talking some smack at a bar. folks, check this out. >> i love him. >> i know you do. >> i wanted -- they were on -- so bad that j's got have a yes man. so to get this -- >> you got jerry sitting here cursing, he's sitting here going on and on and on. i think public people, to be captured, just being honest with the boys or girls? >> that is so what i thought. if anyone captured anything you and i said before the show or after the show, sometimes even during the show, john kind would be forced to fire us. this is not what we were talking about earlier this week. roger goodell should just not, to the stent in your sports and twitter world, there should be some punishment to jerry jones. this is jerry jones being jerry jones. he's a man's man. he's right about what he said about teebow. people, stop taking pictures when they don't want to be taken. jerry is jerry. you crack me up. everybody should know this, you have every gadget known to mankind. you never put them down. >> yes, i do. i got them all. i'm not talking around somebody walking around
, concert promoter, producer of the "ocean 11" film series and philanthropist jerry weintraub joins us. his new memoir is "when i stop talking you'll know i'm dead, use full stories from a persuasive man." jerry, wonderful to have you on the program. >> thank you so much. >> congratulations on the book what. a career. i'm so excited to have you because your music and your film career spans generations. >> yeah. >> and it's really -- the stories in the book are so real and authentic, sinatra, led zeppelin, brad pitt. what made you decide to write this book and tell these stories now? >> well, i'm 72 years old now and it was time. i tried this when i was 40. i got one chapter done. >> and you had to go on the road again. >> i couldn't find a bok. i got calls from a lot of publishers over the years and they wanted the book and i -- i never found anybody when i thought i could work with and real get the story down. i didn't just want to tell the stories. first of all, there are too many stories, volumes of stories, number one, and number two, i wanted it to be like a conversation with me, and i
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up. eun? >> chuck, thank you. jerry edwards has an update on the midday traffic. hi, jerry. >>> hi, eun. let's look and see how we're doing at this hour, making a trip out and about. south capitol street to the douglas bridge closed and will be for possibly another hour. they're just doing some testing of the draw span over there. so no access either direction, south capitol street at the douglas bridge. you can use 295 or pennsylvania avenue. south of town, roadwork might slow you down a bit. outer loop of the beltway eving alexandria, across the wilson bridge, construction takes away the right lane heading up towards oxon hill. back to you. >> thank you, jerry. >>> another setback in the search for four missing miners in west virginia. the state's governor says the air quality in the mine has deteriorated once again. crews had been ventilating the mine since monday's explosion, which killed 25 miners. the mine was supposed to be safe enough to enter at 4:30 this morning, but rescuers are now on their way back out of the mine. jay gray has the latest from raleigh county, west virg
assault charges against ben roethlisberger resigned. jerry blatche was the first officer to interview him outside of the nightclub in march. he acknowledged in the police report to making derogatory comments about the alleged victim. roethlisberger is not facing charges but may face charges from the nfl. >>> friends of the accuser say ed joiner kept them away so roethlisberger could be alone with their friend. >>> an investigation continues tonight into the death of a washington, dc, middle school principal. the body of brian betts was found in his silver spring home after he failed to report to work. the autopsy shows the 42-year- old was killed by a gun shot. according to police, his 2007 nissan suv is also missing. coworkers called him an inspirational leader for teachers and students. >>> some students in local schools are being accused of sexting. it's looking into the selling and sending of nude photos of female students over the internet. >> reporter: thomas powell middle school had girls willingly pose for videos and pictures that were sold. >> i feel badly for the students who di
ra harrison. it's tried, april 2, 2010. a police chase ended way crash. jerry edwards has more on the road closures from that. what can you tell us. >> this happened just within the hour. i can take you up to gaithers berg by way of one of the traffic cams. up at 35 near the gaithers berg area. there was a police chase that started earlier this morning. tended up with a crash of the vehicle involved in the chase. and a metrobus we are told closing down route 35, very close to chestnut street near old town gaithering berg near the bridge up there. right now authorities do have that stretch closed off to traffic in both directions while the investigation is getting under way. not a lot of detas to add to it. you folks up around the area of gaithersburg headed on over toward old town gaithersburg, just want to stay away from 355 for the time being. we'll get more information and pass it on as quickly as we can. the afternoon rush hour is well under way. a beautiful day like today you'd expect it. leaving the capital beltway headed to points south, all the roadwork should be over t
for this tuesday morning. jerry, how is it looking? >> good morning, everyone, we're off to a very quiet start. overnight road work will be pulling up in the next 30 minutes. 395 from the beltway to landmark, all the way to downtown, no travel issues. >>> commute to the wilson bridge, good morning to you folks, alexandria and oxen hill, travel in both directions on the span, no early issues to report. joe, eun, good morning to you. >>> one person is dead and four children are in the hospital after a horrific crash in southeast washington. it happened just before 7:00 last night in the 3600 block of alabama avenue. witnesses say a van was speeding when it lost control and hit a car full of children. the collision caused the van to catch fire. the driver of the car was killed. four children, ages two through 11 were taken to the hospital, one in grave condition. >>> all of us was here coming up to this stop light and we're was getting stopped. this van comes from behind, all this traffic here at full speed and he ran head, dead-on to this car with the children and the guy in it and flipped up in
that today. and i know jerry loved the 80s. they are coming back tomorrow. that's good news for you, jerry. the weekend is looking much cooler. >> chuck, good morning. let's head out and see how the commute is going. one issue of note for folks coming out of fredericksburg. tractor trailter accident. 95 northbound before it hits route 3. authorities on the scene for a while. one lane of traffic does get you by but it is going to be backed up here before too long if not already. heads-up. route 1 back over to 95 may get you around it. rush hour picking up volume along i-270 and overnight road work in a couple of spots right now. looks good. frederick all the way down to the split. that's how we are doing. >> thanks, good morning to you, too. >>> it will test all of its sports utility vehicles this comes after consumer reports magazine warned its readers not to buy the lexus 2010 gx 460. that's because of rollover dangers. toyota owns the lexus brand and the lexus gx 460 owners can get a loaner car while the company figures out the problem. the national highway transportation safety administ
right. thank you. jerry edwards has an update on our midday traffic. how is it rolling along in this heat? >> good morning to you, good morning, everyone. tough going because of the roadwork. make sure your engine's coolant is functioning properly if you're going to be using your air conditioning in traffic in this heat. 395 northbound, very heavy getting across the 14th street bridge. the right lane about mid span on the 14th street bridge taken away for midday construction. anticipate a little bit of a backup. we also find it a bit so on the outbound side of the bridge. south of town, left side the inner loop had an accident in the local lanes. poofed to the shoulder relatively quickly. fire and rescue took away a lane. looks like they finally move everybody out of traffic. but out of oxon hill into alexanderdryia, the inner loop running slowly. outer loop looking pretty good at this hour. back to you. >> thank you, jerry. >> no response yet, but there is still hope. a desperate race to reach four coal miners missing after a massive explosion in west virginia. 25 people wer
to make it so that i think, you know, upwards of 94% of the population will be covered. >> reporter: jerry pierce worries the new law will harm his business. >> i think reading the law, reading what was signed on that bill, i would say we're headed into a huge, huge bureaucratic problem. >> reporter: and 58-year-old ronni drimmer hopes the new law will make it easier for her to find reasonably priced insurance , even with her pre-existing condition. >> i hate paying this bill. it's way too much money. it's very stressful for me. >> reporter: these are just a sampling of the millions of floridians who have vested interest in the new health care reform law. and a range of opinions from high hopes to predictions of doom. a typical morning at the williams' household in sun city center can be defined by a warm cup of coffee and a morning newspaper. by mid morning, 81-year-old deand her 80-year-old disabled husband john are usually out and about. many mornings heading to the rec center for a workout. john suffered a fall a few years ago that left him with a brain injury and limited mobility. >>
. >> joining us now is jerry spencer for mainstay icap funds. he's a busy guy. still with us, our guest host, efin deafit. we were talking to efin just a second ago about this market rally, on tortoise rally, the whatever you want to call it, we're close to the 11,000 mark. do you believe this is time for the individual investor to jump back in? >> we still have a favorable view of the equity market. we're seeing the economy around the globe gain momentum. asia is leading the back, but the united states economy is showing signs of resill yantance. europe is improving. we think profit growth has been good the last couple of quarters and that operating level raej and profit growth is going to be quite strong. as you look out over the next six months, valuations look very good, as well, whether you look at p/e ratios or cash that companies are generating. monetary policy around the global is still generally accommodative. so the factors that we think would influence the market in a favorable way are still in place. >> so, of course, we're hedging, swrarry, against this. we had a forex guest in
. between 1930 and 1938 a fellow named jerry boyle represented my congressional districtment he was the last of the lafollette progressive republicans. when fiorella laguardia became mayor of new york he succeeded laguardia as the progressive spokesman in the house. then he was beaten in 1938. my dad ran a supper club when i was much younger, and jerry came home and became a local judge. he came into our place one evening and we started talking and i finally asked him, jerry, what beat you in 1938. he said senior citizens. he said i was strongly for social security and in my district seniors were against it. i said what on the are you talking about? how can seniors be against social security? he said in those days it was different. he said in those days we had social security as one alternative which was a contributory program, then we had the townsend plan, old doc townsend from california, who didn't want to have a contributor plan. he just wanted a $100 welfare payment to each senior each month and we knew that couldn't survive because the country doesn't like welfare. so i strongly suppo
of the healthcare bill. your likely opponent, should you get the republican nomination, attorney general jerry brown, said he would not go along with the cascade of courted file -- court filings to torpedo this in the courts. what do you say about that and his stance that this is something that congress should be dealing with and not lawyers in courts? >> well, i think jerry brown is on the side of implementing obama care because his history about increasing taxes, on businesses and individuals and increasing government spending. he's a big government politician, i think he supports this obama care initiative so he has no from interest in fighting it so i think he's happy to have this rain down on california businesses and he doesn't under the negative effect this will half and he has not outlined plan to turn california around and outlined a plan on how to pay the $3 billion that will result from this national healthcare plan. >> neil: because he's on the other side. jerry brown and some of those in the press in your fine state have been saying $3 billion is over inflated. >> well, i don't think we
into monday morning we could can have showers, maybe thunderstorms sunday afternoon. jerry how's the commute? >> tom, good morning. happy friday. a lot of overnight road work including this stretch of the capit beltway you. right side of the roadway still tied up. you can see the flashing lights, same location where the accident was earlier in the week. if you're , watch out and be very, very cautious. all travel lanes should be open by 5:00. elsewhere, south along i-270, road work, continuing down to rockville. they should be wrapping up here before too long. >>> the district school's chancellor and chief financial officer will both testify today before the d.c. council over how to pay for the city's proposed new contract with the teachers union. school's chancellor michelle rey wants to pay with private foundations. the district's cfo has not approved that idea yet, says that the agreement with the foundations has too many strings attached, including one that the money could go away if rie goes away. >>> one of of the men charged with last month's mass shooting in the district is cooperati
forecast for today, increasing clouds, warm and breezy, highs into the upper 70s and mid-80s. jerry edwards, we were talking about the 60s yesterday. now we're talking about the 50s over the weekend. i know you like the 50s better than the 80s. >> doesn't make any difference to me as long as it ain't snowing. >>> good monk, everyone. not a bad start, happy friday, everyone. 395 to the 14th street bridge, volume, gwl parkway look being good. over at the willisen bridge, little interloop volume, overnight work on the al andrea side, we'll get an watch out for that. >>> if you're taking metro this weekend, plan on needing plenty of extra time. red, blue, orange, and red lines could be delayed up to 40 minutes as crews replace old track components. making matters worse, this is probably going to be a very busy weekend with several sports events. the nationals are in town, the capitols play and the d.c. united are in action at rfk. >>> right now, help is on the way today for hundreds of thousands of unemployed americans. while you were sleeping, congress passed legislation extending unemployment
, a few clouds in the afternoon. saturday and sunday rain is possible. jerry, good morning. how's the thursday traffic. >> good. morning to you, obviously. as mentioned, the fog is going to be an issue. as we head on out, take a live look at this is the approach to the american legion bridge. let's go over to virginia and see how we're doing over there. a changeable situation, some areas not experiencing any fog, others socked in this morning. we'll keep you updated. the good news is right now, it appears at this point, no major incidents. hopefully it will stay that way for a while. good morning. >> highly doubt it, jerry. thank you. >>> breaking news in prince george's county, two people were shot at a nightclub overnight. it's the club on the 3200 block of brinkley road. no word on who was shot or their conditions. >>> a private funeral service will be held today for a d.c. school principal murdered inside his time. brian betts was found shot to death in his house one week ago. police still do not have any suspects. yesterday betts' family, frentz, students and colleagues gat
are the attorney general currently and former democratic governor jerry brown versus e-bay ceo meg whitman. in a state where voter registration does favor the democrats and in a race that would pit a seasoned political hand, jerry brown against a newcomer. polls show them neck and neck. casey stegall is live in los angeles. >> gregg, a long list of prominent politicians gathering at this convention over the weekend. the goal is to energize california democrats about the upcoming primary and general election in november. this all boils down to just what you were talking about, one race in particular. that, of course, is the one for government can sd the contenders are all here. the likely democratic candidate is the current attorney general of california, jerry brown, certainly has name recognition with the voters. brown already served as governor once before following ronald reagan's. he served as california's secretary of state and the mayor of oakland near san francisco. the gop is doing well in one poll. meg whitman is leading with 44% of those surveyed opposed to brown's 41%. while she
's attorney general, jerry brown, investigating now a university group that hired sarah palin to speak. the question? is this an appropriate probe, or is it really an effort to stifle free speech? specifically, speech by sarah palin. a fair and balanced debate on that coming up. >>> and an arizonaer rancher gunned down, police say the suspect crossed into the united states but a nature preserve, illegally, and took this rancher's life, and that same scenario could happen again. >> it's bad down here. i think it's going to be a lot worse. >> the only thing that's changed is that the violence has gotten more. all we really need to get this thing stopped is more boots on the ground out boots on the ground out here. rices on top lawn carerands like poulan pr brute by briggs & stratton, pennington, scotts and spectracide. along with thousands of others all over the store. it's rollback time! save money. live better. walmart. megyn: fox news alert, more now on this 9/11-style al-qaeda plot in iraq that has been foiled by the iraqi forces. this thing involves plans to hijack aircraft -- sound
of sunshine for thursday with highs near 70. let's check traffic on this monday morning. jerry, how is it look sng. >> good morning to you. good morning everyone. looking good as we get under way. may still have scat tertd power outages from last night's storms. also debris may be in the roadway. 395 through landmark, shirlington, 14th street bridge off to an uneventful start. in maryland no worries. road spray, this is 270 southbound towards the interchange of route 28 in rockville. right now frederick all the way down looks like we're okay. be careful the roads are wet out there. joe, eun? >> thank you, jerry. >>> let's go back to the report from jay gray in yazoo city for more on the storm damage there. take a look at this. >> it keeps changing shape. better, wider. it's expanding now. >> reporter: new video shows the massive tornado that leveled yazoo city. the national weather service now believes it was a mile and a half wide with winds of at least 160 miles an hour. >> it was on the ground about 40 miles here in this county. but apparently for about 150 miles through the state. >> repor
:51. jerry, how's the traffic. >>> a live look at early-morning commute is under way. checking things out on the beltway along i-270. i-270 at i-70 in frederick, police checking the reports of an accident, reported to be eastbound 70 near the interchange. >>> elsewhere, south of town to the wood roh wilson bridge, it looks like we're okay, southeast corridors all fine with the lanes open. >>> 4:42, a disturbing crime in a quiet suburban community. >>> investigators in virginia looking for suspects after a homeless man is set on fire. >>> and the u.s. supreme court case that could cost walmart billions of dollars. >>> and >>> if you're a capitals fan, sorry. there will be an game seven in the opening series, after montreal blasted washington 4-1 last night. the goaltender saved 53 shots in the victory. the capitals were expected to win this series relatively easily. but with the series and the season now coming down to one game, head coach bruce goodreau says his team has to start from scratch. >> we have no choice, we have to wipe the slate clean. if you start thinking and letting them ge
, megan. >>> we have traffic problems on 395 northbound right now. let's check in with jerry edwards with the latest on that. >> good morning, everyone. it's a major incident downtown on the freeway eastbound or 395 northbound, if you will. a little hard to tell from this angle. this is the eastbound freeway headed from southwest washington towards south capital street. right at the entrance to the northbound third street tunnel, trash truck on fire. authorities holding up all traffic right now on the eastbound freeway. looks like maybe the shoulder will be getting by. but in the meantime, traffic is jammed. we'll pull back and show you the vdot camera, what it looks like now. this is the beginning of the 14th street bridge. you can see it is at a crawl. in addition to the trash truck fire, there is a report of a pedestrians struck in the same general vicinity. so if you're headed for downtown right now, not a good idea to use 395 to the 14th street bridge, memorial bridge or come in through southeast will save you a little aggravation. we'll keep you updated. >> thank you, jerry. to
. jerry, good morning to you. >>> good morning to you, good morning, everyone. it was a pretty difficult commute. things have settled down somewhat around the area. we'll update you on the latest information here. taking a look around the 95 corridor, northbound and southbound, do have a little work zone as you make the trip south of the capital beltway. we'll switch gears and move down south, a couple of miles as you head down toward lorton and newington, lanes will be slow because of roadway. on the capital beltway, it looks bad but it really isn't. just a lot of construction going on for the h.o.t. lanes. fortunately at this hour, all the travel lanes are open. southeast washington, m street at 1st street southeast, we are told this is blocked because of an accident investigation. authorities remain on the scene. we'll try to get more information for you. that's how we're doing now, back to you. >> thank you. >>> new today, the search is on for answers after police found a man dead in a prince george's county apartment. someone reported screaming last night at an apartment in the 58 0
. thanks a lot. >> all right. >> let's check in with jerry to see if there are any problems on the roadways this midday. jerry? >>> hi, barbara. lots of roadwork and lots of significant delays. it is a parking lot. left side of your screen, 95 southbound, delays begin in springfield and it is jammed most of the way down to woodbridge, construction taking away the right side of the roadway combined with more than a few folks sneaking out for a long holiday weekend. northbound, though, in pretty good shape, southbound taking a hard hit. route 1 southbound might be a better bet at this hour. see how we're doing elsewhere. 270, despite the roadwork, left lane below montgomery village moving nicely. northbound to frederick moves along fine. we'll keep you updated. >>> thanks, jerry. today is deadline day for the 2010 census. about 134 million questionnaires were mailed or hand-delivered nationwide just a few weeks ago. you you probably have yours. so far only 50% of households have returned their census forms. news 4's elaine reyes joins us with more on that. good morning. >>> good morning, barb
guys with the answers. cnbc contributor and syndicated columnist jerry boyer, and matt miller, washington post columnist and host of public radio's left, right, and center. all right, gentlemen. thank you. i want to talk with you, left, right, and center. where are the spending cuts, matt, and why is all this tax hike stuff in the air? mr. obama put that bank tax back on the table today. senator durbin did it last night in the program. now you've got dividend taxes. what is up with this, matt miller? >> the 40% dividend tax, i just heard that before coming on. that sounds a little crazy to me. you're going to have to have the spending cuts, or the reforms and the entitlements, and you're going to have to have some tax increas increases, all of these together over the next few years if we're going to get the budget back in shape or china is forced to do it or the creditors will. you're going to have to do some of both. both sides will have to figure out a way to make this work. it's not going to be spending alone, larry, because republicans can't figure out a plan that will act
's say high to jerry edwards joining us. good morning. >> barbara, good morning. good morning, everyone. lots of midday road work after a difficult commute for a lot of folks. let's head over to northern virginia. i-95 construction now in place taking away the right side of the roadway. going to be heading northbound, there is also construction pretty much the same location as you travel between the wood bridge northbound and southbound, the road work is in place for your midday. elsewhere, we head over and update you on the capital beltway. the last couple days, we had road work and a pretty sizeable backup just above the american legion bridge. the good news is, all lanes open at the moment with no delay to say report. barbara, back to you. >> all right, jerry, always good to get good news. see you in a few minutes. >>> and we're following a developing story involving a plane that took off from our area. we're learning this morning that a small plane traveling from frederick maryland crashed in leslie county, kentucky. the wreckage was found in a remote mountain. it took rescue crews
into next week. jerry, how's the traffic. >>> tom, as we get under way, picking up volume on the capital beltway. this is near arlington boulevard, outer loop right side of your screen, inner loop, left side. the lanes are in the process of re-opening but for a while there was a diversion on i- 6 for the overnight road work. they're pulling up the final barrels as we speak. 207, all travel lanes are open at least for the moment, it looks like we're dealing with dry pavement. that is good news. joe and eun, back to you. >> thank you. >>> 4:42. 5 adegrees. >>> still to come, a story you will not believe. >> high-paid government employees spending their days downloading porn, the results of a shocking investigation. >>> and why there's so much secrecy surrounding this air force launch. >>> and environ >>> you're watching news 4 today. >>> a deep water oil platform has sunk into the gulf of mexico and rescuers say there is only a slim chance that 11 missing workers survived. the explosion rocked the deep water horizon monday night. for most of the day it burned as an offshore inferno before
for thursday and friday. jerry, over to you. >> all right, chuck. good morning. let's see how we're doing. some areas shrouded by fog, this is 95, north from lorton. the visibility pretty decent to the capital beltway. along i-270, plenty of fog as you make the trip south to germantown and south, so be aware of it. some of that fog you come up on it rapidly with little notice. folks you can see slamming on brakes, be cautious. >> good morning to you, thank you. >> good morning, jerry. shocking new developments regarding the firing of hundreds of d.c. teachers. six months ago when the firings happened teachers were blamed from everything from low performing students to accusations of sexual assault. now it turns out a miscalculation in the budget was to blame. craig melvin explains. >> reporter: last week city officials and union leaders were hugging, tuesday night a different mood. >> we all quite angry at this situation. >> reporter: since the city laid off 266 teachers the washington teachers union continuing it was unjustified and unnecessary, all along the school chancellor michelle rhee sa
of next half hour. a this uber producer, jerry weintraub. you see him there with the "ocean's 11" cast. he is the man behind elvis. behind frank sinatra. incredible hollywood mogul. >> he's a fascinating man, as you know. >>> and a dear friend of mine, needs only one name, martina. martina navratilova, the tennis great. she has been dealing with a personal health issue. and she's going to disclose it later with this half hour. >>> we start this half hour with the news. bianna golodryga in for juju chang. >> good morning. we beg in west virginia, where this morning, there'still been no response from the four men still missing from monday's mine explosion. rescuers sent sound signals deep into the mine shaft but have not heard anything back. three holes are still being drilled. the hope is rescuers will be able to enter the mine this afternoon. >>> in other news, a man in washington state has been arrested for threatening to kill senator patti murry because she voted for health care reform. it's believe to be the first such arrest tied to outrage over the health care bill. the man could face
and that's where brian kuebler picks up the story. >> reporter: 39-year-old jerry darnell bartley is a foster parent and pastor and now police say a child molester. >> the victim was interviewed, witnesses were interviewed, and examined. there was evidence that substantiated the complaint, and following that, after an interview with the suspect also, the suspect was arrested. >> reporter: bartley is charged with a litney of charges for the continuing sexual assault of an early teen boy originally placed in his foster care. bartley eventually adopted the teen in august of 2008. the allegations include at least six counts of sodomy through the past five months. [ inaudible ]. >> reporter: a group of people outside bartley's chestertown home this afternoon had nothing to say and drove off at the sight of our camera. and it's the same story here at the church where he pastors. nobody answering the door. the church all locked up. but the small unassuming street along high street still lists bartley as the pastor. here, too, we were greeted with the same reaction as we walked up with a
without a freeze and 32 inches of snow in february. jerry, which month did you le the most? >> the one that's coming up. all right, chuck let's head out and see how we're doing through northeast. new york avenue, kenilworth avenue, east capital street very quiet so far. no concerns through northeast washington whatsoever. elsewhere the trip to the wilson bridge travel lanes are open. out to the bay bridge we're doing all right in both directions. 270 you should find the lanes southbound open but have that pesky road work on the northbound side up near montgomery village. back to you. >>> 5:12 is your time. 52 degrees. next is the story of the maryland soldier who led a double life as a pitch. >> plus it's finally here. we'll tell you whether experts tell you it's a winner. >>> the major change to airline security. >>> a soldier is facing life in prison after pleading guilty to running a prostitution ring out of his house. 23-year-old craig corey used his home in maryland as a brothel from january to april of last year. he was stationed at ft. meade at the time. he used the internet to
-97. >>> no comment from the cowboys over a video of what appears to be a tipsy jerry jones on a rant about the former dallas cowboy coach bill parcells. >> what if you were the jag wire -- jaguar? [inaudible] [laughter] [bleep] >> jerry jones said nothing about that. >>> horrible news for the washington mystics. one of their players will be out for the entire season. that is bad news. >> that sounds like some wizards karma. >>> chillyl in the morning, -- chilly in the morning, and a much cooler but sunny weekend. >> "nightline" is coming up next. we will see you here tomorrow.
special. jerry sandusky believes our coverage as the ravens look for the next superstar player. that is saturday night at 7:00 p.m. right here on wbal tv 11. >> new questions tonight's run in the judge in baltimore county who was reassigned after marrying a couple involved in the domestic violence case. it turns out the judges also an author and his book has stirred criticism as well. jayne miller broke the story about a month ago. she joins us live in the newsroom with the latest. >> his book never hit the new york times best-seller list, but it did give a critique from the state chief judge, who worried some may be offended by what judge russell road, including the abies he gave to a woman who refused to sleep with her abusive husband. >> the book is called "chronicles from court: in my own right." judge russell wrote in 2004. he was removed from courtroom work last month amid a storm of criticism for his handling of a case involving allegations of domestic violence. the judge went along with the request of the suspect in the case and married the man to his alleged victim, al
are digging deep or the learn about jerry past and misfamily life. as brian keebler tells us he has been in contact with the maryland state police and the agency who sent children into his home in kent county. >> reporter: the assault charges against jerry bartly are so heinous the judge upped
degrees. hard to believe you can find anything to complain about. jerry edwards, i know if there's anything to complain about in there you'll find it. >> thanks a lot. let's head out and see how we're doing as the early thursday morning drive gets under way. a lot of overnight road work. capital beltway. traffic so light any lane closures having minimal effect. maryland, along i-270, southbound traffic, notice the right side of your screen bright patch is northbound road work. as you head south from montgomery village. the lanes are opened southbound out of frederick on down to the split. eun, pat, good morning. >> good morning. >> this morning investigators continue to piece together evidence that led to one of the worst shootings in d.c. history. nine people were hit by bullets in a drive by shooting in southeast washington on tuesday night. four of them died. now police say they were all gathered outside after the funeral of another murder victim. right now police have three suspects in custody, one man is suspected in both tuesday night's murder and the murder of the man whos
. welcome to "cashin' in." the crew is wayne rogers, jonathan hoenig, jonas max ferris and jerry willis and from economic policy institute, welcome to everybody. john, in d.c., they call it cap and trade. you say this is really an energy tax. but what we want to know here, what does it mean for americans next year when we start to file next year our taxes? >> that you have a european model. this is unbelievable. the congress, we have a soda tax, tanning bed tax, comeback tax. every tax imaginable and they're not doing anything proper with the money we are giving them. this cap and trade does not work. every environmental scientist that is independent says it does zero for the environment and will add hundreds and billions of dollars to the consumer in taxes and burdens. this is a disaster but they understand they have the mid-term to pass legislation like with healthcare that america doesn't want. >> cheryl: you know what? this has been the argument against the cap and trade. but from last year to now it died down in the press because it's an energy tax. the opponents say. but you don't
presley and pranked by george clooney. my next guest is a behind-the-scenes man who has seen it all. jerry winetraub joins us. he has useful stories from a persuasive man. great to have you on the program. congratulations on the book. what a career. i'm so excited to have you. because your music and film career spans generations. the stories in the book are so real and authentic, sinatra, brad pitt. what made you decide to write this book and tell these stories now? >> i'm 72 years old now. it was time. i've tried this when i was 40. i got one chapter done. >> you had to go on the road again? >> i couldn't find a book. i got calls from a lot of publishers and over the years they wanted the book and i never found anybody i thought i could work with and really get the story down. i just didn't want to tell the stories, first of all, there are too many stories. volumes of stories, number one. number two, i wanted it to be like a conversation with me. and i wanted to leave something -- i wanted to map my journey from new york, i was born in brooklyn, raised in the bronx, and then traveled acro
for more. and in new york, film producer jerry weintraub, the author of a fabulous book. you got to get it "when i stop talking you'll know i'm dade." >> i just bought that book. >> do you love it. >> i love him. useful stories from a persuasive man. jerry weintraub with us from 30 rock in new york. thanks very much for being on the show with us this morning. >> thanks for having me. did you all leave because i was coming? you all went to washington. >> no, i'm here for the people. i'm here for the people. doing okay? >> good to see you. >> yes. >> i'm here for the people. you doing all right? >> yes, how many ears do you have? >> the good lord gave me two ears and one mouth and i try to respect that ratio. >> look at eugene robinson. >> i'm here for the people. >> glad you're here. >> i'm here for the people. >> jerry, i don't know if you're getting wired up. >> that guy's good. charlie crist is all the things i was never able to be. politics, i mean, glib. he smiles. he's polite. i'm telling you, news flash, you know, jerry you had an exclusive with charlie crist. certainly cable excl
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payouts. which we now have to ask, was that deserved? we got cnbc contributor jerry boyer and matt miller, washington post columnist and host of public radio's left, right and center, matt wrote an excellent column in the post called rescuing capitalism from wall street. this is a great column. you ask, and i think correctly, at what point does the u big witty of the undeserving rich become so corrosive in a democracy that it sparks a backlash that wrongly discredits capitalism all together? please expand? >> i think what's corrosive for our market system is not obviously wealth creation. when steve jobs creates an ipod and gets rich, that's the american dream, innovation, and everybody is excited about that. that's what america's economy is all about. when you've got a kind of racquet going on, and this happened all through wall street, through this crisis, where you have person after person on top of these institutions who walk away with 100 million or $200 million, even though their institution lays in ruins, and the taxpayers bail it out. that's bad, it's bad for capitalism. the quest
out to the roads now and see how things are looking on this friday morning.d jerry, what's it doing out there mid day? >> hi,çó barbara, look at that. can you see nice friday afternoon under way? this is 95 southbound as you leave the area of the capital beltway head down to newington. there had been some road work. it's a nice day and it's a friday.Ñi we're jammed. the hov lanes will not offer any assistance for southbound commuters at this hour. heading for downtown, 395 northbound, all lanes are open across the 14th street bridge. we have construction gw parkway just above 395 and as a result, traffic is running quite slowly. we'll keep you updated. bark ra, back to you. >> hopefully you can get rid of that mess before you come back on the roadwó9(. >> i'll try. >> all right. thank you. metro is moving forward with the largest fare increase in its history. the plan reportly includes a 15% increase in rail fares and a 20% increase in bus fares. one of the plans included a $4 flat fee for late night weekend rail service. another would increase all fares 10 cents during the peak
could have listened to the other voices saying keep iraq military in fact, a k a jerry bremer from the state department counterterrorism than was charged with kissinger associates and named as the president's envoy in charge of operations in iraq. his orders were disband the ba'ath army and iraqi army and get rid of them and cleanse the baathist influence and the government. >> he was the ones making the argument these are not. >> guest: when the decision came down and he said you know, we were doing here? do understand zero happen we will send 350,000 young men who were in uniform out into the field and they will become the insurgency. that is what happened. i am stunned by the lack of leadership by the iraq war. we had great military leadership in the marine corps who were able to turn some of this around and the colonels and the army were exceptional. of the third civil affairs group and anbar did a miraculous job but at the very top, i think you know, how this goes, there will be years of review inside the military of what went wrong and why if there ought to be civilian revie
whitman has a narrow lead in the polls against jerry brown in a gubernatorial race. a survey has whitman ahead 44-41. massachusetts republican gubernatorial candidate charles baker picked up the endorsement of senator scott brown for the upcoming primary. and former new york mayor rudy giuliani endorsed marco rubio for the race in florida. it's a snub of rubio's opponent, governor charlie krist. and it has been reported that the oldest member of the spring board -- supreme court will decide on his retirement soon. brit human is here to tell us why that might not lead to the battle some skpechblgt good evening. >> the news of the justice steven reez tirmt caused little excitement with good reason. liberals and conservatives assume president obama will appoint another liberal justice and the senate will confirm the choice. that is the way it has gone with nominees of democratic president goesing back decades. that, however is not way gone with republican presidents and their nominees. if it had, the court and country would be more conservative but harry blackman ended up writing the opinio
phrase in there. another democrat whose campaign is in search of moment sum jerry brown he tried to shake up the governor's race saturday by challenging his republican opponents to a debate before the june primary. not surprisingly the underdog in that primary steve poizner quickly accepted the debate. meg whitman declined at least so far. by the way, speaking of preprimary news there the republican governors association went up with a tv ad targeting jerry brown. it's a multimillion dollar buy on broadcast and cable this week. here's a quick sound from it. >> california's in trouble because of high taxes and wasteful spending. governor brown increased spending 160%. turned the budget surplus into a huge deficit. mayor brown taxes increased, spending up 60%. 35 years of big spending and higher taxes. tell jerry brown no more wasteful spending. >> well, the republican governor's association had to go up because the california chamber which had been running attack ads against jerry brown got pushed into pulling those ads and suddenly, jerry brown wasn't having any tv ads going up against hi
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